While gameplay and other features are important to any sports game’s experience, everyone’s got a personal preference when it comes to their camera angle of choice. For NBA 2K20, there are plenty of different angles to use, it just takes a bit of searching to find out how to get access to them. Here is everything you need to know about how to change camera angles in NBA 2K20.
How to Change Camera Angles in NBA 2K20
Once you get into a game, press the options/start/plus button to bring up the menu. Scroll down to the camera tab and open it up.
Inside, you’ll have the choice between the following options: Drive, High, Nosebleeds, Parametric, Player Lock, Side, Skybox, Swivel, 2K, and 2K Low.
You can cycle through all these options by pressing the top trigger buttons.
For each, you can customize the zoom, height, key zoom, rev angle, auto flip, fix height, and flip style.
The bottom section allows you to return things to default if you wish as well.
If you want to keep your changes though, press back and say yes when it asks you if you would like to save your camera setting changes.
Now that you’ve got the perspective and angle you were looking for, you’re on your way to dunking on fools in all over the court.
- Enter a game and press the options/start/plus button to bring up the menu
- Open the camera tab near the bottom
- Choose your favorite option and even customize them using the top triggers
- Exit and save camera setting changes
That is everything you need to know about how to change camera angles in NBA 2K20. For more helpful tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our official wiki guide.
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